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Community safety lifts with graduation of North Queensland officers
Liberals push prison workers to crisis point
Liberals continue to ignore desperate pleas from correctional officers
Parole is a privilege, not a right
Government putting criminals before victims
Government overturning complete ban on prisoner voting a win for equality: Green Party
They’re prisoners, not clients Kelvin
Making Tasmania’s justice system more efficient, fair and effective
Forestry helps prisoners into jobs
Forestry helps prisoners into jobs
Liberals ignore expert advice on Westbury prison site
Funding welcomed for historic Keilor Police Hut restoration
Over 1.2 million hours of community work helps local communities
Westbury poll shows Liberals’ desperation
Funding Boost To Expand Offender Jobs Program
Prison system in disarray: DoJ report
Liberals continue to spend recklessly on consultants
Liberals back Westbury prison site despite overwhelming opposition
Employment programme places 2,800 offenders into work
Corrections Amendment Bill passes third reading
Correctional Officers exposed to silica and dangerous work environment at Court
Government action needed following damning Custodial Inspections
Government spends $115,000 for consultants to do work of Liberal MPs
Queensland Corrective Services officer suspended, Wolston Correctional Centre
Milestone For Greyhound Adoption Program
Labor demands more detail on new northern prison
Increasing Capacity At Barwon Prison
Hodgman and Archer fail to keep Tasmanians safe
Cuts and more prison escapes to come under Hodgman
Another criminal on loose on Liberals’ watch
NZ police and services dogs compete for national honours
Work begins on Southern Remand Centre
Prison concerns addressed with Corrections Minister
Liberals fail to keep prisoners in prison (again)
Minister welcomes strong Māori voice at top table of Corrections
QCS joins public safety partners at Brisbane Pride March
Grafton prison closes as Clarence opens
Palaszczuk Government driving job opportunities across Queensland
Strategy launched to break cycle of Māori reoffending and imprisonment
No law change needed – just do your job, Minister
Kelvin Davis has lost control of Corrections
Govt ensures a prisoner first Corrections system
Minister should have ensured procedures were in place
Minister must ask serious questions of
Corrections Career Expos to help reduce re-offending
10-year strategic plan for Queensland Corrective Services launched
A win for local sport – new female friendly change rooms at Keilor Park Reserve
Queensland Corrective Services officer suspended, Townsville